Plans unveiled for $225M Virginia Tech analytics complex

WCN Editorial Team 29 Sep 2016 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, known as Virginia Tech, has unveiled plans for a $225M global business and analytics complex in Virginia, US.

The proposed development, to be located on the Blacksburg campus, will include the construction of four new buildings, including two academic buildings and two living-learning residential communities for about 700 students.

Each academic building will cover a 9,300sq m area and will be built at the southwestern corner of Prices Fork Road and West Campus Drive.

One of the academic buildings will be the administrative home to the Pamplin College of Business and include faculty office and classroom spaces, while the second building will feature open work spaces.

The residence halls will be built across West Campus Drive and are expected to cost $73.5M.

Construction on the project is expected to start by 2020 and be completed in 2023.

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